Judaism -- Liturgical objects
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
The Papers of Ina Golub document the creative career of this New Jersey-based artist, who primarily made fiber-based works with Jewish themes. She created custom-designed fiber art, including tapestries, Jewish ceremonial objects, and textiles with secular content, for synagogues, museums, and private collectors. The papers include commission records (business records, sketches, correspondence), photographs, slides, and digital images of her works, and materials concerning her career retrospective at the Yeshiva University Museum in 1996 as well as other exhibitions of her work.
The Rachel Wischnitzer Collection contains correspondence, lecture notes, photographs, lantern slides, and negatives documenting Rachel Wischnitzer’s career as an art historian, curator, professor, consultant, and author. Also included are correspondence, records, and photographs pertaining to her husband Mark Wischnitzer’s work as a historian, editor, and Secretary General of the Hilfsverein der Deutschen Juden.